"So You Think You Can Dance" Season 11 on Tour!

Tonight on "So You Think You Can Dance," we'll find out this season's Top 6 dancers. How did that happen so fast?! It's hard to believe that in a month, we'll know the name of America's Favorite Dancer—and our "SYT" withdrawal will begin.

Lucky for us, there's the "So You Think You Can Dance" Season 11 Tour to look forward to. Last week, FOX announced that this year's Top 10 will be traveling to over 70 cities across the U.S. and Canada—so chances are they'll be coming to a city near you! As per usual, the tour promises to bring us some of the most memorable routines from the season, plus some on-tour-exclusives!

The tour kicks off on Wednesday, October 1, in New Orleans, LA, and runs until February of next year. Tickets go on sale this Friday (!!!), August 15. Click here to view the full schedule (and to purchase your tickets come Friday).

And for a reminder of the talent that will be hitting the road this fall, here's a clip of the Top 10 group performance—"Bang Bang" by Jamal Sims—from last week's show:

Which pieces from the season are you dying to see live on the tour? Let us know in the comments!

Latest Posts


Getty Images

How to Support the Black Dance Community, Beyond Social Media

The dance community's response to the death of George Floyd was immediate and sweeping on social media. Dance artists, including Desmond Richardson and Martha Nichols, used their social platforms to make meaningful statements about racial inequality. Theresa Ruth Howard's leadership spurred ballet companies including Dance Theatre of Harlem, American Ballet Theatre, and New York City Ballet to pledge that #BalletRelevesForBlackLives. Among the most vocal supporters have been dance students, who continue to share the faces and gut-wrenching last words of Black men and women who have died in police custody on their Instagram feeds and Stories.

The work being done on social media as a community is important and necessary—and we should keep at it. But now, that momentum must also carry us into taking action. Because to be a true ally, action is required.

A responsible ally amplifies Black voices­­. They choose to listen rather than speak. And they willingly throw their support, and, if they can, their dollars, behind Black dancers and Black dance organizations. Here are some ways you can do your part.

Keep Reading SHOW LESS
Getty Images

Listen to Black Dancers Speaking Out Against Racial Injustice

This weekend, protests against racially-charged police brutality—spurred by the unjust killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, Sean Reed, and so many others—swept the country. Supporters, including many of members of the dance world, took to social media to share their thoughts, and express their grief.

As allies, one of the first actions we can take in this moment is to listen to and amplify the voices of Black members of our dance community. Here are some of the most powerful posts written by Black dancers.

Keep Reading SHOW LESS
Just a few of our special Class of 2020 digital covers

Congrats to Our 2020 Dance Grad Cover Stars

We're thrilled to be honoring members of the great Dance Class of 2020 on special digital covers. One new cover star was revealed every day during the month of May. Take a look at all of our winners below!

Keep Reading SHOW LESS

Editors' Picks

contest
Enter the Cover Model Search